MAKING AN APPOINTMENT
Before making an appointment please consider if your local pharmacist can assist first. Community Pharmacists are highly trained experts and can help with common illnesses as well as medication queries. Your pharmacist can normally see you without an appointment and could help a lot faster than a GP.
Routine appointments can be booked between 1 and 4 weeks in advance.
The NHS app is also the way you will see your Covid vaccination details for proof of your vaccination. GP practices will not be providing letters to confirm proof of the vaccinations. Please click here
You will be able to book your routine telephone call or routine face to face appointment from the 5th May via the NHS App and the myGP App. If you need to book an appointment regarding a cronic disease review i.e. Diabeties or Hypertention or regarding a medication review then please call the surgery and the reception team will be happy to book you in with the correct clinician.
eConsult provides an online portal where you can self-check your symptoms, and receive on the spot medical advice 24/7. Helping to relieve pressure on GPs by giving you access to round-the-clock support and alternative treatment providers.
If the Surgery is closed for appointments and online consults please call 111 or go to the NHS 111 website by clicking here and in case of emergency call 999
You can now book your apppointments ONLINE using Patient Access
To find out more information and to register for this service, please click here
Minor Eye Condition Scheme
You do not need to see a GP about many eye conditions. You can book directly to have a free assessment with a local optometrist through the Minor Eye Condition Scheme.
Additional GP appointments available from 8am - 8pm 7 days a week. This service is delivered to South Southwark by 'Improving Health Ltd' (IHL) and is based at The Lister Primary Care Centre, Peckham. To read more about this service and how you can access it, please follow this link